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  • ...nt architectures (see [[abstraction]]). Some compilers allow you to create source code from the binary object code - this is caleld [[decompilation]]. ...ode. Different programming paradigms tend to encourage (sometimes require) source code to be managed in particular ways. For instance, in the [[Java programming l
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  • ...nt architectures (see [[abstraction]]). Some compilers allow you to create source code from the binary object code - this is caleld [[decompilation]]. ...ode. Different programming paradigms tend to encourage (sometimes require) source code to be managed in particular ways. For instance, in the [[Java programming l
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  • ...(gcc): A Unix/Linux command that can be used to compile the human-readable source code of a [[C_(programming_language)|C]] program into executable binary code.
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  • ...maul.deepsky.com/%7Emerovech/2038.python.txt Year 2038 test script, Python source code] ...//billposer.org/Software/Downloads/UnixEpoch.py Alternate Python 2038 test source code]
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  • ==source code control==
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  • [[Software]] where the [[source code]] is freely modifiable and redistributable.
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  • Even for closed source software, developers sometimes provide the source code to their work. Examples of this include [[Microsoft|Microsoft's]] [[shared
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  • a documentation tool used to extract API documentation from source code.
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  • The open source code base used in Chrome is called 'Chromium' and is released under the BSD Lice
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  • A '''quine''' is a computer program which produces its own source code. Writing a Quine in various computer languages has been a popular challenge The challenge is to write a program which prints out exactly its own source code, without 'cheating', that is, without accessing any memory location which w
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  • ...generated by using a [[compiler]] and/or [[assembler]] on human readable [[source code]] written by a computer programmer. Machine code is often also often referr
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  • ...ware''' allows the user to legally use, study, modify and redistribute the source code of a program. The term "free software" does not refer to price. Free softwa Access to the source code is a precondition for this.<br />
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  • ...General Public License]], which requires derivative software to have its [[source code]] freely available upon request, and derivative works placed under the same
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  • {{r|Source code}}
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  • * [http://github.com/mongodb GitHub] - contains source code for MongoDB and drivers
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  • ...g/cassandra/>]. Accessed: 2010-07-04.</ref> In 2008, Facebook released the source code for the project, which is now made available by the [[Apache Foundation]] u
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  • ...pen source software''' is software that is licensed in such a way that the source code (which is the [[programming language|language]] that [[computer programs]] * Right No. 2: Source Code
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Source code]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • ...amming language]] is the set of rules that a sequence of characters in a [[source code]] file must follow to be considered a conforming [[program]] in that langua The syntactic analysis of source code usually entails the transformation of the linear sequence of tokens into a
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  • {{r|Source code}}
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